It’s Thursday night in Greenport Village and something that could be mistaken for a sea monster is lying on the Railroad Dock behind the East End Seaport Museum.
The crimson beast was pulled, fighting and squealing, from the 45-degree water and laid on the dock, where it eventually turned white and met its demise.
It’s squid season in Greenport Harbor. READ
What if the bald eagle couldn’t roost in America? What if the Baltimore oriole couldn’t live in Baltimore anymore?
These possibilities, along with more “dire” predictions, are included in the National Audubon Society’s 2014 report about the effects of climate change on bird species. READ
With temperatures dipping into the teens, it seems as if Old Man Winter has finally arrived on the North Fork.
For the “fair-weather” birder, these bitter cold temperatures can hamper their favorite activity.
The fall harvest is winding down on the North Fork. Grapes have been picked and are fermenting, pumpkins have been carved and apples have been turned into delicious pies and warm cider.
But for our local baymen and seafood lovers, another highly anticipated harvest has just begun — the opening of bay scallop season.
The commercial season for Atlantic bluefish in New York State could end prematurely following a pending decision from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. READ
This week’s heat wave is set to stick around for Memorial Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service. READ
Southold Town has taken another step on the years-long hike toward an interconnected trail system stretching from Long Island Sound to Peconic Bay in Southold and Greenport. READ
Those who follow me through my social media accounts know me as the Fish Guy. In recent months however, my posts have focused more on wildlife that lives above the surface rather than below it. This change of direction is fueled by two facts. READ
Frank Castellano actually did catch a fish this big.